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The Olympics: The Basics

Andy Miah, Beatriz Garcia - Sports & Recreation - 2012 - 208 pages
The Olympics: The Basics is an accessible, contemporary introduction to the Olympic movement and Games. Chapters explain how the Olympics transcend sports, engaging us with a ...
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Gene Doping in Sports: The Science and Ethics of Genetically Modified Athletes

Angela J. Schneider - Science - 2006 - 128 pages
Advances in genetics have begun to deliver on their promise of new and improved approaches to the prevention and treatment of human disease, including the gene-based ...
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The Ethics of Sports Medicine

Claudio Tamburrini, Torbjörn Tännsjö - Medical - 2013 - 160 pages
The book aims to establish a critical dialogue between sports ethicists and bioethicists across the range of sporting disciplines at elite level. It will address questions such ...
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AthleticEnhancement, Human Nature and Ethics: Threats and Opportunities of ...

Jan Tolleneer, Sigrid Sterckx, Pieter Bonte - MEDICAL - 2012 - 329 pages
The book provides an in-depth discussion on the human nature concept from different perspectives and from different disciplines, analyzing its use in the doping debate and ...
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Medical Enhancement and Posthumanity

Bert Gordijn, Ruth F. Chadwick - Medical - 2008 - 246 pages
As we are increasingly using new technologies to change ourselves beyond therapy and in accordance with our own desires, understanding the challenges of human enhancement has ...
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